Please log in to leave a comment.
Hilton & Co.
(New York (N.Y.): 128 Nassau St.)
Format : Larger Booklet
|Dates:||1870's (books are undated and contain no copyright notice)|
|Size:||9 3/4 x 6 1/4|
|Illustrations:||Colored pictorial cover, with a border of a bright yellowish-orange color|
|Notes / Commentary:||
The books are unnumbered. The numbering from 1-6 on this listing comes from the order used in an advertisement in "The Scarlet Cruiser," the only issue examined by LeBlanc. Some published advertisements do not include "The Yellow Band" and instead end with "Captain Death-Stroke," so that title has been listed here as no. 7.
The copy of the listing at the Library of Congress includes a handwritten annotation that "The Scarlet Cruiser" is by Henry L. Williams, Jr., but it is unclear where this information was sourced.
|Primary Data Source:||LeBlanc|
|Data Entry Status:||Done, Believed Complete|
Items1. Red Ralph; or, The Daughter of Night
2. Leonore; or, The Highwayman's Bride
3. Black Wolff; or, Jonathan Wild and Dick Turpin
4. The Yellow Band; Jack Sheppard's Feats
5. May Turpin, Queen of the Highway
6. The Scarlet Cruiser; or, The Wolf of the Wave
7. Captain Death-Stroke; or, The Corsair Chief
No comments available.